Thanks for asking about Cape Town's baboons Crutschow. Yes we are blessed to have a troop of about 60 real baboons which hang out around our houses. Blessed in the sense of not having to pay to go to a game reserve, but rather having the animals come to us. In Cape Town it is considered un-pc to call people baboons, verging on hate speech - and culling humans is definitely frowned upon.
The troop number stays at 60. But there are only about 2 adult males at any time, the rest being females and juveniles. Doing the maths, the authorities are obviously culling all the males as they become mature before they disperse, causing widespread havoc. For a poor country we spend R30 million ($2 million) a year on baboon monitors who chase these 60 baboons from houses. For that money I believe we could buy the baboons an electric fenced farm, where males and females could live happily ever after, monkeying about.